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Lack of sleep may trigger fat genes

Getting more sleep than average may help with maintaining a healthy body weight, a study of twins suggests. The genes behind weight gain may work overtime with lack of shut-eye, according to the research in this week's issue of the journal Sleep. How much sleep we get.......             .......Read More>>>

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Pills filled with dried baby flesh found S. Korea

Thousands of pills filled with powdered human flesh have been discovered by customs officials in South Korea, it was revealed today. The capsules are in demand.......                 .......Read More>>>

Drug-defying germs from India on the move

Lill-Karin Skaret, a 67-year-old grandmother from Namsos, Norway, was travelling to a lakeside vacation villa near India’s port city of Kochi in March 2010 when.......              .......Read More>>>

Science journal publishes details of deadly lab-made bird flu

The science journal Nature has published the first of two controversial papers about laboratory-enhanced versions of the deadly bird flu virus - described by some as a 'recipe' for a bio terror attack. The virus sparked fears among U.S. bio security experts that it could be used as a recipe for a bio terrorist attack........                                                                 .......Read More>>>

British lab growing human spare parts

'This is a nose we’re growing for a patient next month,’ Professor Alexander Seifalian says matter-of-factly, plucking a Petri dish from the bench beside him. Inside is an utterly lifelike appendage, swimming in red goo. Alongside it is another dish containing an ear. ‘It’s a world first,’ he says smiling. ‘Nobody has ever grown a nose before.’.......                              .......Read More>>>

Peru coast littered with dead birds, dolphins

The government of Peru has warned people away from beaches along the country's northern coast due to the hundreds of dead birds and dolphins that have washed up on shore. More than 1,000 dead birds, a majority of them pelicans, and hundreds of dead dolphins have washed up in recent weeks. The alert did not shut down beaches.......                         .......Read More>>>